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Fifteen healthful high-carb foods

Carbohydrates are an essential component of the diet, and many high-carb foods offer excellent health benefits. There has been a lot of negativity surrounding carbs in recent decades. However, they are one of the main nutrients that the body needs, along with protein and fats. Carbs are essential not only to survive and function properly but to thrive. Although refined ... Read More »

Daily aspirin does not make for a longer, ‘disability-free’ life

A large clinical trial of thousands of healthy older people with no history of heart problems or stroke finds that taking a low dose of aspirin per day did not help them live a longer life free of disability or dementia. Taking daily aspirin does not contribute to a longer, disability-free life. The researchers, however, point out that further analysis ... Read More »

Through my eyes: Aortic dissection

Timo Söderlund co-founded Global Aortic Awareness Day, which takes place yearly on September 19, after being diagnosed with aortic dissection in 2012. He spoke to us about the condition, how it changed his life, and his mission to raise awareness globally. Timo Söderlund set up an awareness day following his aortic dissection in 2012. The aorta is the body’s main ... Read More »

Do low vitamin D levels increase breast cancer risk?

A new study from Brazil corroborates the evidence gathered by previous research, suggesting that women with low levels of vitamin D after menopause onset have a higher risk of developing breast cancer. How do our levels of vitamin D impact our exposure to breast cancer? The National Cancer Institute (NCI) note that “approximately 12.4 percent of women will be diagnosed ... Read More »

Waiting for Cyberpunk 2077? Here are nine games to play until then

With Cyberpunk 2077’s private E3 gameplay demo now out in the wild, hype for CD Projekt Red’s follow up to The Witcher III has reached a new high. Streamed on Twitch, the demo showed off around 45 minutes of gameplay footage to an estimated 460,000 viewers. According to GamesIndustry.biz, this massive audience became the largest for an upcoming game so ... Read More »

The best managed web hosting of 2018

You’ve designed a great website, found a quality hosting package and got your creation online. That’s great, but don’t relax just yet; there’s plenty more to do. Maintaining your website involves a lot of work. You’ll need to monitor it to make sure it’s online and working normally.  Web apps like WordPress (and any other software you install) must be ... Read More »

Joshua vs Povetkin: live stream the boxing online from anywhere

Look who’s back. Yep, Britain’s boxing superstar Anthony Joshua is about to step into the ring once again with Alexander Povetkin the latest opponent, and you can live stream the whole fight by following the instructions right here in this article – you can even watch it FREE in the US and other regions. Joshua’s ascent to the top of ... Read More »

PUBG is finally coming to PS4

Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds – or PUBG as you probably know it – looks like it’s headed to Playstation 4 consoles. The battle royale shooter and Fortnite rival launched first on PC, before making the move to Xbox One in December 2017. PUBG has also been available on iOS and Android mobile for well over a year now. But a possibly ... Read More »

Best colocation hosting in 2018

Buying a conventional hosting package allows customers to rent space on a server owned by a hosting provider, and located in a third-party data centre. These are good value and easy to access, but you don’t get full control over the hardware and how it’s set up. Even dedicated server plans force you to choose from what can sometimes be ... Read More »

Wear OS: Google’s new name for Android Wear explained

Update: New features are coming to Wear OS to make it smarter and easier to navigate. Google’s Wear OS is the new name for Android Wear, so if you were expecting to see Android Wear 3, please reset your smartwatch software expectations. Google’s official reasoning for the name change is to prepare for the diverse future of smartwatches. There are ... Read More »

IND vs PAK Live: Dhoni drops Malik, Pak rebuild

SCORECARD | LIVE BLOG: INDIA VS PAKISTAN PAKISTAN INNINGS End of Over 21: Kuldeep and Chahal bowling in tandem now after injured Pandya went off. Pakistan march on to 85/2 with Azam (47*) and Malik (36*) approaching half-centuries. End of Over 19: After Rayudu bowled the last ball to complete Pandya’s over, Chahal continues from the other end with a ... Read More »

FIFA 19 review: the best soccer sim on the planet keeps getting better

When it comes to annual game franchises as big and as long-running as FIFA, that yearly release cycle usually produces all-or-nothing entries with either game-changing developments or ones that change little but the kits and the cover star.  FIFA 19 falls somewhere in the middle of these two camps, offering an experience that builds on last year’s gradual improvements while ... Read More »

iPhone XS pre-order deals see ‘increase in sales in comparison to the iPhone X’

If there was massive fervour around the iPhone X when it launched last year, it’s been surpassed in 2018 according to online phone retailer Mobiles.co.uk. It says that sales of iPhone XS deals have been faster during the week long pre-order period than its predecessor. A spokesperson from the Carphone Warehouse-owned Mobiles.co.uk told us that: “Apple certainly delivered another show ... Read More »

Key molecule explains why bones weaken with age

A first-of-its-kind study reveals that, as we age, levels of a certain molecule increase, which silences another molecule that creates healthy bone. It also suggests that correcting this imbalance may improve bone health, possibly offering new avenues for treating osteoporosis. Senior women are at a particularly high risk of osteoporosis. Osteoporosis affects around 200 million women worldwide. One in 3 ... Read More »

Sony’s robot puppy Aibo is looking for a US forever home

Whether you’re a golden retriever fanatic, a pug admirer, or a chihuahua enthusiast, you have to admit that being a dog lover can be a little frustrating at times. As much as we adore our canine companions, they wreak havoc on our homes, shedding fur, chewing slippers, and having ‘accidents’ on our freshly vacuumed carpets. Well, Sony may have the ... Read More »

OnePlus TV: what we want to see

You’ll likely know OnePlus as the fast-growing smartphone brand from China, which found a huge following for making high-spec handsets that still manage to sharply undercut the increasingly astronomical price of the competition (we’re looking at you, iPhone XS Max). OnePlus is now looking to repeat the trick with a new smart TV, out sometime next year. But what exactly ... Read More »

Samsung could be about to launch a quad-lens camera phone

It’s widely rumored that Samsung will stick three rear cameras on at least one version of the Samsung Galaxy S10, but before that we could see a Samsung phone with four rear cameras. There’s a lot of evidence for that, starting with an October 11 event that Samsung Mobile teased on Twitter with the text “4x fun”, but we now ... Read More »

Foods with low nutritional quality tied to higher cancer risk

People who regularly eat foods with a low nutritional quality have a higher risk of developing cancer. The study authors state that more countries should now enforce food labeling that clearly specifies nutritional value. Countries need to implement better policies for food labeling so that consumers understand what they are buying. The British Food Standards Agency developed their nutrient profiling ... Read More »

iPad Pro 2018 rumors heat up with iOS 12.1 beta name-dropping the launch

There’s even more reason to believe the iPad Pro 2018 is launching next month, and that’s one just one of the juicy details being revealed by the iOS 12.1 beta. The new iOS 12.1 developer beta specifically references ‘iPad2018fall’ as an identifier within its assets, strongly hinting at a forthcoming launch, according to 9to5mac. Although autumn 2018 in the Northern ... Read More »

Tribal communities from West India unite at Samvaad 2018

Third in series of regional meets to catalyse dialogue kicks off Udaipur : The third regional meet of Samvaad 2018 kicked off in Udaipur, Rajasthan today. The Samvaad 2018 regional meets, organised by Tata Steel’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) team, support the rich and incalculable heritage of India’s tribal communities by providing a platform to share ideas and perspectives over ... Read More »

Manthan – Say ‘NO’ to Plastic Straws

The Change begins with ME and soon becomes WE – actually just a flip of putting the foot down… A small plastic straw might be something that comes with most beverages that we order, like juice and soft drinks. Remember how many times you have kept the straws aside and drank your drink without the straw. Once made, we use ... Read More »

What are the best foods to avoid during a Crohn’s disease flare-up?

Having Crohn’s disease presents unique challenges for a person when it comes to eating. Some foods can make symptoms worse at times, and people may want to avoid them. People with Crohn’s are subject to “flare-ups,” which are periods of inflammation where a person has diarrhea, nausea, and stomach cramping when they eat. As a result, doctors may often recommend ... Read More »

Non-insulin drugs for treating type 2 diabetes

Some people with type 2 diabetes need to regularly inject themselves with insulin to control their blood sugar levels. Many others can manage the condition with lifestyle and dietary changes alone or in combination with oral or other injectable medications. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 30 million people in the United States have ... Read More »

What can make urination painful?

A condition affecting the bladder or nearby parts of the body can cause painful urination. Doctors may also refer to painful urination as dysuria. Multiple potential causes for this symptom exist, and many of them are treatable. People with dysuria should make their doctor aware of any other symptoms that they are experiencing. If these relate to the painful urination, ... Read More »

Thumb arthritis: What to know

Arthritis is a condition that happens when a joint begins to wear away or develop irritation. It can affect any joint, including the thumb. Thumb arthritis is sometimes called basal joint arthritis. According to the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, thumb arthritis usually occurs after 40 years of age and is more common in women than in men. While arthritis ... Read More »

Different baby positions during pregnancy: What to know

During pregnancy, the developing baby moves into several different positions. As labor approaches, some positions are safer than others. The ideal position for a fetus just before labor is the anterior position. In this position, the fetus’s head points toward the ground and they are facing the woman’s back. Most fetuses settle into this position by the last month of ... Read More »

Asia Cup: India beat spirited Hong Kong by 26 runs

DUBAI: The talk about India’s recent performances has revolved around their preparation for a big series. That the BCCI agreed to play back-to-back games had much to do with the fact they were more likely to play an associate nation. But Hong Kong were more than just giving practice to the Indians. A match that was meant to get an ... Read More »

What are the benefits of protein powder?

Protein powder is a popular nutritional supplement. Protein is an essential macronutrient that helps build muscle, repair tissue, and make enzymes and hormones. Using protein powder may also aid weight loss and help people tone their muscles. There are many different types of protein powder, including dairy-based and plant-based powders. In this article, we discuss some of the health benefits ... Read More »

Schizophrenia: ‘Resyncing’ brain circuits could halt symptoms

Schizophrenia is a complex mental condition that is still not fully understood in terms of how brain circuitry links up to behavioral symptoms. Now, however, scientists seem to have found a way to make some of the symptoms disappear. Researchers recently probed the brain circuits involved in schizophrenia. Recent studies have suggested that some of the symptoms of schizophrenia — ... Read More »

Can eating this type of sugar prevent weight gain?

Mannose, a type of sugar, can greatly affect metabolism, weight gain, and the composition of gut bacteria in rodents. This result may lead to new treatments and prevention strategies for both obesity and weight gain. A type of sugar called mannose may help keep weight gain in check. More and more studies are unraveling the multi-layered relationship between our gut ... Read More »

MS: Is a ‘rogue’ brain and lymph node interaction to blame?

The causes behind multiple sclerosis, a progressive neurological condition, are unknown. However, a new study has uncovered a key starting point: a strange signal sent by the brain to the lymph nodes. A new study shows how the brain signals the immune system to trigger an MS mechanism. The National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health say that multiple sclerosis ... Read More »

Double mastectomy recovery: What to know

A double mastectomy is the surgical removal of both breasts. In addition to physically recovering from the surgery, people undergoing a double mastectomy will need to consider their emotional recovery in the weeks and months that follow the procedure. According to research, approximately 17 percent of women with early-stage breast cancer undergo this type of surgery. The recovery time from ... Read More »

How does RA affect different parts of the body?

People feel the primary symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis in their joints. However, this condition can also affect many other parts of the body, including the eyes, lungs, and heart. Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) causes a person’s immune system to mistakenly attack healthy tissue. When left untreated, RA can have wide-ranging effects. Along with the joints, RA can affect many of the ... Read More »

The best smart speakers 2018: which one should you buy?

Smart speakers are dominating the smart home market and are now owned by one in six Americans, while over the pond in the UK, smart speaker ownership has doubled in six months.  The popular virtual assistants are taking the home by storm, with many now considering smart speakers to be the future of home automation, not only controlling your smart ... Read More »

High blood pressure breakthrough: Over 500 genes uncovered

The “largest genetic association study of blood pressure traits” to date has studied over 1 million people and found 535 new genetic loci linked with the condition. This finding may help predict the risk of high blood pressure and identify better treatments. DNA plays a much larger role in the development of high blood pressure than previously believed. The American ... Read More »

Mobile industry and tech channel moves for September 2018

Got some good news to share with us about your moves? Send the details to [email protected] with a photo if possible. EE alumni Mansoor Hanif is the new Ofcom CTO BT and EE alumnus Mansoor Hanif is Ofcom’s new Chief Technology Officer (CTO), replacing the long-serving Steve Unger who left the regulator in June. Hanif’s new remit will be to ... Read More »

Samsung Galaxy S10 could have smaller bezels and a 19:9 aspect ratio

We’ve heard that the Samsung Galaxy S10 is set to see significant design changes, and now we have an idea of what one of those changes might be, as an early benchmark suggests the Galaxy S10 could have smaller bezels than the Samsung Galaxy S9. Spotted by MobielKopen, the HTML5Test benchmark is for a phone dubbed the SM-G405F, and the ... Read More »

What is AI? Everything you need to know

Far from being the stuff of science-fiction, artificial intelligence, or AI, is becoming an increasingly common sight in today’s world. Combining the latest powerful software with top-of-the-range hardware, AI tools are being used to transform many areas of everyday life, from healthcare to traffic problems. But what is AI, and how is it being used today? Here is our guide ... Read More »

Research reveals four distinct personality clusters

Have you taken a personality test online or at your workplace? Unfortunately, researchers often question their accuracy; but one new study may have opened the way to scientific, solid personality assessments. A new study finds four personality clusters and explains what they are. Personality tests are popular with people and companies alike. This is because each and every one of ... Read More »

South Rajasthan’s First Successful Urethroplasty in Female

Udaipur: Geetanjali Medical College & Hospital’s Urologist Dr. Vishwas Baheti have performed a successful Urethroplasty, an open  surgical reconstruction or replacement of the urethra that has been narrowed by scar tissue recently. The surgery was done on a 45 years old female, Kamla Devi hailing from Udaipur district and suffering from narrowed section of the urethra. To broaden the urethra, ... Read More »

2 including sanitation supervisor arrested for taking bribe

Udaipur : A sanitation supervisor at the Udaipur municipal corporation and his agent a sanitation worker, were arrested by the Anti Corruption bureau on monday after being caught red-handed taking bribe of five thousand five hundred rupees. Shabnam, the complainant is also a sanitation worker who told the ACB sleuths that Maqbool Hussain, their supervisor demanded five thousand five hundred monthly ... Read More »

Congress protest against BJP supremo’s proposed rally on govt school playground

Udaipur : The district congress committee registered its protest against the proposed rally of BJP supremo Amit Shah on tuesday at the playground of government Fateh senior secondary school here in Udaipur. The party workers and leaders staged a demonstration outside the collectorate and raised slogans over the autocracy of the state government by undertaking levelling work on the playground in ... Read More »